Robert Mason
Robert Mason
Professor of Marine Sciences and Chemistry, University of Connecticut
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TitleCited byYear
The biogeochemical cycling of elemental mercury: anthropogenic influences
RP Mason, WF Fitzgerald, FMM Morel
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 58 (15), 3191-3198, 1994
12981994
Global mercury emissions to the atmosphere from natural and anthropogenic sources
N Pirrone, S Cinnirella, X Feng, RB Finkelman, HR Friedli, J Leaner, ...
Mercury Fate and Transport in the Global Atmosphere, 1-47, 2009
1161*2009
The case for atmospheric mercury contamination in remote areas
WF Fitzgerald, DR Engstrom, RP Mason, EA Nater
Environmental science & technology 32 (1), 1-7, 1998
11161998
Mercury as a global pollutant: sources, pathways, and effects
CT Driscoll, RP Mason, HM Chan, DJ Jacob, N Pirrone
Environmental science & technology 47 (10), 4967-4983, 2013
9242013
Sulfide controls on mercury speciation and bioavailability to methylating bacteria in sediment pore waters
JM Benoit, CC Gilmour, RP Mason, A Heyes
Environmental Science & Technology 33 (6), 951-957, 1999
7991999
Uptake, toxicity, and trophic transfer of mercury in a coastal diatom
RP Mason, JR Reinfelder, FMM Morel
Environmental Science & Technology 30 (6), 1835-1845, 1996
6521996
Geochemical and biological controls over methylmercury production and degradation in aquatic ecosystems
JM Benoit, CC Gilmour, A Heyes, RP Mason, CL Miller
ACS symposium series 835, 262-297, 2003
6052003
Organometallic compounds in the environment: an overview
PJ Craig, RO Jenkins
Organic metal and metalloid species in the environment, 1-15, 2004
5962004
Role of the ocean in the global mercury cycle
RP Mason, GR Sheu
Global biogeochemical cycles 16 (4), 40-1-40-14, 2002
5542002
Mercury methylation by dissimilatory iron-reducing bacteria
EJ Kerin, CC Gilmour, E Roden, MT Suzuki, JD Coates, RP Mason
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 72 (12), 7919-7921, 2006
4842006
Bioaccumulation of mercury and methylmercury
RP Mason, JR Reinfelder, FMM Morel
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 80 (1), 915-921, 1995
4661995
Factors controlling the bioaccumulation of mercury, methylmercury, arsenic, selenium, and cadmium by freshwater invertebrates and fish
RP Mason, JM Laporte, S Andres
Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 38 (3), 283-297, 2000
4442000
Atmospheric cycling and air-water exchange of mercury over mid-continental lacustrine regions
WF Fitzgerald, RP Mason, GM Vandal
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 56 (1), 745-767, 1991
4421991
Whole-ecosystem study shows rapid fish-mercury response to changes in mercury deposition
RC Harris, JWM Rudd, M Amyot, CL Babiarz, KG Beaty, PJ Blanchfield, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (42), 16586-16591, 2007
3972007
Mercury biogeochemical cycling in the ocean and policy implications
RP Mason, AL Choi, WF Fitzgerald, CR Hammerschmidt, CH Lamborg, ...
Environmental research 119, 101-117, 2012
3512012
The role of microorganisms in elemental mercury formation in natural waters
RP Mason, FMM Morel, HF Hemond
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 80 (1), 775-787, 1995
3221995
The Influence of Sulfide on Solid-Phase Mercury Bioavailability for Methylation by Pure Cultures of Desulfobulbus propionicus (1pr3)
JM Benoit, CC Gilmour, RP Mason
Environmental science & technology 35 (1), 127-132, 2001
3192001
Speciation and cycling of mercury in Lavaca Bay, Texas, sediments
NS Bloom, GA Gill, S Cappellino, C Dobbs, L McShea, C Driscoll, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 33 (1), 7-13, 1999
2711999
Behavior of mercury in the Patuxent River estuary
JM Benoit, CC Gilmour*, RP Mason, GS Riedel, GF Riedel
Biogeochemistry 40 (2), 249-265, 1998
2691998
Mercury in the Chesapeake Bay
RP Mason, NM Lawson, AL Lawrence, JJ Leaner, JG Lee, GR Sheu
Marine Chemistry 65 (1-2), 77-96, 1999
2651999
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